The fatale spiral of senselessness
which we have entered is, without any doubt, leading us in that direction.
Railing against the futility of the Great War and the madness of the battlefield, the performance challenged the inhumanity and senselessness
of conflicts past and present.
There is nothing that can justify or explain the senselessness
of this murder.
For most of us it has been a situation we have watched from our armchairs and wondered at the senselessness
of it all.
The texture of irresponsibility given to the way this story has panned out and the way the "blame" for his suicide has been dispensed to various quarters, smacks of an arrogance and thoughtlessness, as if the sensation in the death was more important than the senselessness
of the act.
One year later, I know the pain and sorrow of this utterly senselessness
act remains fresh.
I know the whole rest of the state joins me in just a feeling of being sick in our stomach for the lives lost and the senselessness
of this," Gov.
To see so many young people turn out to say goodbye to their friends drives home the senselessness
of this tragedy.
Let us hope the emerging younger generations will see the senselessness
of man's inhumanity to man and go forward in the quest for peace and goodwill towards mankind.
And realise the absolute senselessness
And amidst the shock and grief at the senselessness
of the tragedy was also a highly palpable sense of disbelief that such an episode could have occurred in the UAE, a country that is acknowledged around the world for the safety and security it provides its citizens and residents.
Her loss deepens our outrage and drives home the senselessness
of these awful events.
We can never fathom the patent senselessness
of the attack on her life but let us put our trust in the Lord's infinite wisdom and commit her to His care, as we plead for comfort and strength at this very difficult time," she stated.
Greed, envy, power, territorial rights, self-gratification or natural aggression - I cannot comprehend the senselessness
of it all but of course their brain is smaller than that of Man.
Aslam focuses on the havoc that invasion causes, including collateral damage across the Afghan border in Pakistan: in doing so, he shows up how, amid the brutality and bloodshed, the rapaciousness and bestiality, the overwhelmingly poignant thing is the pity of war, the numbing senselessness